Pie-in-the-Sky Farm Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... one step further and directed us off the main roads and into the very regional roads through the Vermont countryside. This was ok up until the point where we hit the unpaved section. We hoped we weren't making a mistake.
We persevered and saw some remote homes and villages. This area gets heavy snow for 3-4 months of the year and as we were pondering the whole issue of getting around in such conditions we passed a typical ...
... was beautiful...lots of waterfalls, glacial boulders, lichen and moss growing on the shear sides of the rock. Just an amazing day! After finishing our hike at Franconia Notch, we drove into Littleton, NH for the evening. Had a great dinner at a local brewery/restaurant. Super locally sourced. Lesley had a salad and I had pizza. Food and beer/wine refreshed us and we enjoyed live music, especially James Taylor's "Carolina in my Mind". Wonderful end to a lovely, relaxing, beautiful ...
... chocolate). Jesse did suggest he would have a Vermonster which cost $34 and is huge. Its big enough to be shared by at least 6 people. Fortunately, he was joking. After that we visited Cabot's Cheese Shop which sells some very tasty cheeses and Danforth Pewter. These are 2 more local tourist attractions. Then home down Interstate 89 - the freeway that connects Montreal and ...
... down our progress somewhat. We duly arrived early at our next stop in Lyndonville, which turned out to be a bit of a dump - the end of the world sort of place, with a grumpy greeting at the motel and a hike into town. The Diner, Miss Lyndonville's Diner, would pass its Health and Safety check and will be graced by our presence this evening for a haddock and chips (home fries) supper - "eat all you can!" We'll see about that.
... until we called in Michael's (true) and Steph treated herself to a new fabric cutter. Route 7 took us out of Rutland, northwards towards Burlington alongside Lake Champlain. It's a slow route, 55mph max, but littered with beautiful "leaf peeping" opportunities. We are now becoming quite blasť about leaf colour (color!). Brandon was a soup stop and then upwards to the Shelburne Museum, one of the nation's finest museums according to ...